Teamwork: the art of being a leader and a team player

  title={Teamwork: the art of being a leader and a team player},
  author={Josephine C. Jenkinson and Clare Oakley and Fiona L. Mason},
  journal={Advances in Psychiatric Treatment},
The development of the concept of clinical leadership over the past 5 years, in conjunction with an ever-increasing emphasis on its importance in the medical world, has led to an explosion of reviews, resources, fellowships and other academic programmes in this area. Arguably, with the focus on clinicians as individual leaders, teamworking is a fundamental aspect of effective clinical leadership that has perhaps received less attention. This article explores aspects of leadership in the team… Expand
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